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Polycarp Igathe walks into Nairobi’s popular bar, serves alcohol to patrons

by Amos Khaemba

Nairobi gubernatorial candidate on Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition party ticket Polycarp Igathe took his campaign to a popular nightclub along Thika road where he spent the night parting with revelers.

On Friday, May 27, Igathe joined revelers in Quivers lounge where in his typical style he freely mingled with patrons.

In photos shared by Quivers lounge on their Instagram page, the Nairobi gubernatorial candidate is seen taking over the role of barmaid by serving the patrons.

Igathe is captured telling the patrons that he was only demonstrating how he will be serving the Nairobi residents if he wins the August polls.

“Now, this is how we shall serve you in Nairobi,” Igathe said as the patrons cheered.

In a video posted online by Homeboyz Radio who were the sponsors of the music concert, a section of excited revelers could be seen taking selfies with Igathe as they assure him of their votes come August 9.

“Igathe just won the votes of everybody who went to Quiver Lounge last night. Igathe is conducting a very effective campaign that will ensure Sakaja who is a Mike Sonko in a suit is shown very bad things!” A Twitter user said.

Since the former Nairobi deputy governor was unveiled as the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya candidate for the city’s top seat, Igathe has been virtually everywhere in this city.

Igathe has been focused on meeting ordinary Nairobians to establish a personal touch as opposed to campaigning on top of big vehicles and in rallies.

His style of seeking votes has left many Kenyans on social media talking, some saying his style will enable him to defeat Johnson Sakaja of the Kenya Kwanza alliance.

“If Sakaja thought Nairobi was a closed deal he should reconfigure his variables and constants.” Kevin Ogutu, a random Twitter user said.

Recently Sakaja who is also a senator for Nairobi has opted to move around the city meeting the Nairobi street food vendors among other those in informal employment.

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